The Wrangler's rugged looks and rough-and-tumble performance have enduring appeal for Jeep customers. It doesn't matter that it's impractical as a daily driver or less than ideal for highway journeys, the go-anywhere freedom of Wrangler ownership holds tremendous value for the faithful.
What's New for 2014
A trail kit with rings, a tow strap, gloves and a bag for storage, clear park lamps and turn signal indicators have been added to the ’14 model. Sport models now offer Uconnect, a 6.5-inch touchscreen radio with hard drive storage, SiriusXM Radio and 17-inch Rubicon aluminum wheels. Two special edition models are also offered: Rubicon X and Freedom.
Choosing Your Jeep Wrangler
The Wrangler is powered by a 285-horsepower 3.6-liter V6 powers the Wrangler, which earns 17 mpg in city driving conditions and 21 mpg on the highway. Two transmissions are offered: a six-speed manual or a five-speed automatic.
Buyers choose from three distinct trim levels:
In most cases, a Wrangler purchase is more emotional than logical. For everyday life, we'd recommend a Sahara. But if your weekends include rock-crawling and other off-road adventures, head straight for a Rubicon.